Re: Multi Desktop
Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2005 23:13:04 -0000
> I've configured my network (as you can see) but I was wondering is there a
> built in feature of suse to use both of my monitors and move my mouse
> between them easily. I realize that both my monitors are operating but I
> can't drag and drop files for example. An example of this would be
You probably have Multihead instead of Xinerame. Chaneg in Yast,
Hardware, Graphics Card, Change, Multihead, Multihead Mode.
You can see this if you have two menu buttons. The reason you can not
drag from one monitor to another is because they are two different
> Any help or advice on other areas of the Suse system would be apprecciated.
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